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This Month in Georgia Trend

December 2014
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Unbroken Circle

Unbroken Circle

The Atlanta BeltLine is the city’s – and likely the country’s – largest urban redevelopment project. But it’s a great deal more.

Published: December 2014
Up In The Air

Up In The Air

Georgia’s aerospace industry is soaring with new companies and established leaders rising to new heights

Published: December 2014
Sherman's March To The Sea

Sherman's March To The Sea

150 years after Gen. William Tecumseh Sherman’s strategic maneuver across Georgia, this period in history still resonates throughout the state and influences the way wars are waged around the world.

Published: December 2014
In Transition

In Transition

The medical world – and how patients interact with their healthcare team – continues to change at a rapid pace

Published: December 2014
2014 Family Business Awards

2014 Family Business Awards

Meet the winners of this year’s competition, selected by the Cox Family Enterprise Center at Kennesaw State University.

Published: December 2014
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Archive »Our State

Southwest Georgia: Reloading and Rebranding

Southwest Georgia: Reloading and Rebranding

Renewable energy, retail and new industry.

Published: December 2014
Elbert County: Solid Focus

Elbert County: Solid Focus

Granite, Railroads and Downtown Arts Center

Published: December 2014
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Archive »Up Front

Economic Development: December 2014

Christy Simo writes about economic development, including Kubota expanding in Gainesville and Acuity Brands in Rockdale and DeKalb counties.

Published: December 2014

Organizations: Ian's Friends Foundation

Candice Dyer highlights Ian’s Friends Foundation, which is working to help find a cure for childhood cancer.

Published: December 2014

Political Notes: December 2014

A Republican sweep at the polls, the Savannah Harbor Expansion Project gets underway, and Gov. Deal establishes the Georgia Ebola Response Team.

Published: December 2014
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Archive »Commentary

Neely Young: Summer Chapel Songbook

Neely Young: Summer Chapel Songbook

A sample of some of the lines of my favorite songs, just in time for the holidays.

Published: December 2014
Business Casual: The Ethics Beat Goes On

Business Casual: The Ethics Beat Goes On

While people tend to lump all public servants into one sordid category, there are good elected officials out there. Maybe they can help restore confidence and even pride in our government.

Published: December 2014
Sports Desk: Something In The Water

Sports Desk: Something In The Water

Cedartown boasts more Georgia Sports Hall of Famers per square mile than any town in the state.

Published: December 2014
Georgia View: Learning From Others

Georgia View: Learning From Others

We can draw some parallels between DeKalb County and Detroit and California – and perhaps even glean a lesson or two.

Published: December 2014
Sustainable Georgia: Pay It Local

Sustainable Georgia: Pay It Local

It’s often the small, family-run businesses that stabilize the economy. We should all support these companies to help keep Georgia strong.

Published: December 2014
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Archive »Downtime

At Of The Meal: Kimball House

At Of The Meal: Kimball House

The Kimball House pays homage to the past as it serves up oysters, caviar and inventive cocktails.

Published: December 2014
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